Anyone can benefit from the variety of tennis bags that Prince offers: elite tennis players, recreational players, people who play tennis after work and college students working a few games in between classes. The thought that went into the design of these bags makes it possible for any one of these types of tennis enthusiasts to find a bag that is right for them. Even non-tennis enthusiasts can benefit from some of these features.
Multi-Racquet Bags for Elite Players
Elite players often play in tournaments that cover an entire day or even multiple days. Depending on the type of tournament they are in and how they perform, it’s often up in the air as to when their next match will be. If there was more certainty in their schedule, it would be easy to plan breaks and do supply runs during down time, but often that is a luxury they don’t have. These players need a bag that allows them to pack as many things as needed; almost as if they were packing for a trip.
Prince’s multi-racquet tennis bags like the Tour Team, EXO3 or Rebel 12 packs allow enough room to store several racquets so you can get a replacement without missing a beat after breaking a string during competition. With the larger bags that store up to 12 racquets, you can keep about six racquets and have room for clothing; small items like cell phones, keys or a wallet; shoe compartments and wet clothing storage. Thermal linings protect racquets against warping heat. If you plan it right, you should be able to pack almost anything you would need for a competitive tournament.
Backpacks for Students, People on the Go and Even Non-Tennis Players
Students have a number of constraints on their lifestyle that make a 12 racquet bag impractical for daily use. The larger Prince tennis bags might not fit as well inside some lockers and be unwieldy for commuting. They would likely be too big to bring into a classroom and set on the ground next to your desk as you took notes during your Psych 101 lecture. A bag that you could carry books in as well as your tennis gear would be very helpful.
Just as there are Tour Team, EXO3 and Rebel versions of Prince’s 12 racquet bags, there are also backpack versions as well. You won’t be able to carry enough racquets for a weekend tournament, but you should do fine if all you want to do is play for the hour break you have between Psych and organic chemistry.
Recreational tennis players should have no problem with these backpacks, either. They don’t have the multi-racquet needs of an elite tennis player, so room for 1-2 racquets is enough for them. They also tend to play shorter sessions of tennis each time, unlike more competitive players.
These backpacks are also useful for non-tennis players. You can fit most laptops and some paperwork into the main compartment, thus making it great for commuting. The Carbon series even has insulated water bottle sleeves so you can take fluids with you and stay hydrated.
Prince provides tennis bags for every conceivable range of tennis player from novices to those seeking to make a living from the sport. Good engineering and design transcends the sport to the point that the bags can be useful for applications other than tennis. No matter what your lifestyle, if you need a bag, one of these should do the trick.
Christopher Mohr is a freelance copywriter in the San Diego area. He writes on topics including sports, business and technology. Prior to his writing career, he worked in IT and customer service.